SMOKING RESTRICTIONS IN NEW YORK CITY A BAD IDEA WHOSE TIME HAS ... GONE

1986-00-00

Criticizes the Smoking Pollution Control Act of 1986 in New York. Details the financial costs to business. States the labor position opposed to legislative mandates. Focuses on case-by-case solutions to smoking issues and voluntary restrictions. Claims the science on the harms of passive smoking is unjustified. Provides contact information to write in opposition of the act.

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Community Health Program Records
Subjects
CLARK, HILTON D
FERRER, FERNANDO
KOCH
JOSEPH, LISA F
MALONEY, CAROLYN B
POVMAN, MORTON
ROBLES, VICTOR L
JOSEPH, STEVEN (NY COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH)
ROSELLINI, VICTOR
SAMPSON, FRED
WOOTON, PRISCILLA A
LOR
AFL CIO EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
INTERNATIONAL GREEN CROSS
JAMES SAVARESE + ASSOCIATES
MAYORS COMMITTEE ON SMOKING + HEALTH
MEDICAL WORLD NEWS
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
NATIONAL RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH (NIOSH)
NY CITY COUNCIL HEALTH COMMITTEE
NY STATE BUSINESS COUNCIL
NY STATE RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/29869
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